OverviewVideo Game Company Editor/Reviser – Korean/English Internship in Montréal, QC
Video Game Company
Branch Montréal QC CA
Editor/Reviser – Korean/English
With high levels of mobile telephone penetration, a mobile phone culture has evolved, where the mobile phone becomes a key social tool, and people rely on their…
Main Tasks and Responsibilities Reporting directly to the Localisation Manager, the successful candidate will work within a team responsible for the translation and editing of game content, press releases and other varied internal documents. Adaptability and flexibility, as well as the ability to make effective use of all available resources, are key to this role. The texts to be translated will be from English into Korean, and there is a substantial amount of editing to be done on texts already written in Korean. Localisation testing will also account for a significant amount of the workload.
Skills – – BA in literature, translation or equivalent – Prior experience in translation – Bilingual (Korean-English spoken/written) – Excellent communication skills and an appreciation for the subtleties of language and grammar – Creative and able to take initiative working independently or within a team – Able to do precise, accurate work under pressure, and prioritise work load in order to meet varying deadlines – Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite – Third language (German, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese or French) an asset – Familiarity with video games and/or wireless technology an asset Profile – The candidate will be a native Korean speaker or equivalent. – Must like testing video games on a daily basis. To Apply: Please include a translation (in Korean) of the following passage and provide a two hundred word writing sample stating why you are the right person for this position, to be included with a CV. “In less than twenty years, mobile telephones have gone from being rare and expensive pieces of equipment used by businesses to a pervasive low-cost personal item.
In many affluent countries, mobile phones now outnumber land-line telephones, with most adults and many children now owning mobile phones. It is not uncommon for young adults to own simply a cell phone instead of a land-line for their residence, even in the U.S. where mobile phone use is less prevalent than other industrialized countries. Mobile phone penetration is increasing around the world; this is particularly true of developing countries, where there is little existing fixed-line infrastructure.
With high levels of mobile telephone penetration, a mobile phone culture has evolved, where the mobile phone becomes a key social tool, and people rely on their mobile phone address book to keep in touch with their friends. Many people keep in touch using SMS, and a whole culture of “texting” has developed from this.” Only retained candidates will be contacted.
Employment Type: Internship
Location: Montreal, QC, CA
Posted on: 2015-07-31